by Vern Jones
The Kili Summit Club started with a father's childhood dream to summit Mount Kilimanjaro. A half century later, he sent an email inviting his family to join him in the climb.
by Joe Koenig
It's harder to tell a lie than to tell the truth. So, to make it easier, we tell partial truths convincing ourselves we told the truth, even when it's not. Fortunately, partial truths leave tracks. This award-winning book shows you how to identify and follow those tracks to get the truth, the deception -- the real message.
2016 Montaigne Medal Award Finalist
2016 Indie General Non-Fiction Award Finalist
A Memoir of Parting is the story of a well-balanced love as it slowly becomes unequal. When mental and physical health decline, the healthier one picks up the slack, first to compensate for lapses or limitations, until the balance permanently shifts. Love stretches when one must care for the other; love deepens with the knowledge that “parting” is inevitable.
I Kings 19:35 “That night the angel of the Lord went out and put to death a hundred and eighty-five thousand men in the Assyrian camp. When the people got up the next morning — there were all the dead bodies!”
Director of Sustainability at Grand Valley State University (GVSU) Norman Christopher has written an “essentials guide” to sustainability best practices for small- to medium-sized business owners, manager and leaders to help them maximize their triple bottom line, or TBL, which stands for people, planet and profits.
by Vern Jones
Do you claim to be more spiritual than religious? Do you attend church regularly, but have yet to find true meaning? Have you questioned your Christian faith after being judged by others or feeling unloved? The Non-Religious Christian addresses those concerns and more.
Noted psychologist Dr. Dean Dorman has spent over 20 years saving marriages. This book guides you through the process of understanding how to settle unresolved issues within your relationship.
My Child Wasn’t Born Perfect is a story of the journey of JD from early childhood to young adulthood, as told through his mother’s eyes and voice. JD’s mother shares the struggles of educating a child with language and social challenges in the 1990s when there was limited knowledge of Hyperlexia (the ability to read before his peers) or Autism Spectrum Disorders.
In the tradition of Annie Dillard, as a “Pilgrim at Tinker Creek” and Aldo Leopold’s monthly notes in “The Sand County Almanac” Carol Rottman has discovered a sense of place on a once pristine acreage in Michigan.
Being imprisoned results in the loss of liberty, the loss of privacy and the loss of dignity which leads to feelings of utter despair. How does one cope with this? The answer is unique to each person, but those who have come through the experience intact all agree that they made it through prayer: clumsy, desperate prayers.